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|description=A large manor in the [[Oblivion:Imperial City|Imperial City]] [[Oblivion:Talos Plaza District|Talos Plaza District]] (quest-related).
|AddBelow=It can be found in the main plaza, between [[Oblivion:The Tiber Septim Hotel|The Tiber Septim Hotel]] and [[Oblivion:Umbacano|Umbacano]] Manor.
It is the residence of [[Oblivion:Jakben, Earl of Imbel|Jakben Imbel]], an ancient vampire posing as a local nobleman. The Earl's servant, [[Oblivion:Gemellus Axius|Gemellus Axius]], also lives in the house. A nest of vampires can be found in the family crypt, a small cave accessible from the basement.
===Jakben Imbel's House===
This luxurious mansion can be found in the center of the Talos Plaza, right between [[Oblivion:Umbacano|Umbacano]] Manor and [[Oblivion:The Tiber Septim Hotel|The Tiber Septim Hotel]]. The ground floor is absolutely spotless with ceramic pottery and silverware lined up on various tables. A small table holds a [[Oblivion:Sweetcake|Sweetcake]] from the famous [[Oblivion:Salmo|Salmo the Baker]] in [[Oblivion:Skingrad|Skingrad]], with a bottle of [[Oblivion:Cheap Wine|cheap wine]] on the side.
===Jakben Imbel's Private Quarters===
Entering the Private Quarters from the eastern staircase lands you near [[Oblivion:Gemellus Axius|Gemellus Axius]]’ room, which is filled to the brink with wine: four bottles of cheap wine, three bottles of [[Oblivion:Surilie Brothers Wine|Surilie Brothers Wine]], three bottles of [[Oblivion:Tamika's West Weald Wine|Tamika's West Weald Wine]] and one bottle of the expensive [[Oblivion:Surilie Brothers Vintage 415|Surilie Brothers Vintage 415]]. The next room holds a small library and an unlocked chest containing silverware and gold. A large table dominates the dining area and contains more wine, [[Oblivion:Venison|vension]], [[Oblivion:Corn|corn]] and [[Oblivion:Radish|radishes]]. Two wine racks contain an impressive 33 bottles of Cheap Wine.
===Jakben Imbel's Basement===
All the containers in the basement contain clutter, but two wine racks would make [[Oblivion:Tamika|Tamika]] proud back in Skingrad - an impressive 50 bottles of her famous wine.
For such a small cave, the tomb certainly has its share of enemies. Coming through the door at '''A''' will place you in a cavern containg one coffin, with a 50% chance of an enemy on the opposite side of the room. To the left is a small side passage, leading to a room containing up to two enemies. Behind an average locked door is an area containing two coffins and a healing chest, possibly being guarded by a vampire. An unlocked door leads to a dead end and two treasure chests.